Last Standing: Week 6

  • Palace, Spurs and Brighton drew, leaving only two.
  • 6 remain. Fixtures take place on 23 to 25 April.

Last updated: Monday 25 April

Full nameWEEK 6
Jonathan StewartMAN CITY
Matthew SimpsonSPURS
Stephen GreeneSPURS
Stuart McMullanBRIGHTON


Week 6

Saturday 23 April – Monday 25 April

  • Arsenal vs Man United
  • Leicester vs Aston Villa
  • Man City vs Watford
  • Norwich vs Newcastle
  • Brentford vs Spurs
  • Brighton vs Southampton
  • Burnley vs Wolves
  • Chelsea vs West Ham
  • Liverpool vs Everton
  • Crystal Palace vs Leeds

The Millbridge – open to Members only

The Millbridge grounds are open to Club Members only. This allows members to train outside of allocated training times.

For track and trace purposes, contact a committee member to record your usage of the pitch.

The Millbridge is not open to the general public at the moment. Please refrain from exercising or walking dogs on the pitch or around the grounds. You will be asked to leave. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in these times. The general public can enter the grounds on match days to watch.

We will continually review this with the latest COVID-19 guidance.

We have provided guidelines that must be followed to ensure the safety of all members, family and friends.

1. Club Members only *

2. Usual protocols in place at training are followed e.g social distance where possible based on latest guidelines and using sanitiser before and after use.

3. Clubhouse to remain closed as per guidelines.

4. Record who is there and when. This should be passed onto a Committee Member or the Club’s COVID Officer, Jim Majury.

5. Any water bottles or rubbish must be removed.

** Club Members are considered those who are paying members of our 50s Club or who have paid membership within the previous 12 months.

Match Report: Crewe United 9 – 0 BUFC

Ballynahinch United travelled to Crewe Park, Glenavy in the first roynd of the Steel & Sons Cup. The winners of the tie would face either East Belfast or Bangor FC in the next round.

Before the game both sides lined the centre circle for a minutes silence to pay respects to former Crewe United player and manager, Tommy Breslin.

The place where Tommy Breslin learnt his trade as a boy and hung up the boots as man.

Continue reading Match Report: Crewe United 9 – 0 BUFC

Presentation to Ballynahinch War Memorial Fund

Prior to The Swifts kick off on saturday at the Millbridge, Club Chairman Gilbert Cromie made a presentation to Ballynahinch War Memorial Fund to Committee member Andrew Carlisle on behalf of the club. The Millbridge Grounds were originally provided as a recreational facility for Ballynahinch after the Great War.

Left to right - Ross Bingham, Gilbert Cromie [BUFC Chairman], Andrew Carlisle [War Memorial Committee] and Graeme McMullan.
Left to right – Ross Bingham, Gilbert Cromie [BUFC Chairman], Andrew Carlisle [War Memorial Committee] and Graeme McMullan.